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Old 09-26-2005, 08:38 PM   #16
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Yes! The Chevelle was awesome. Here's a 67 similar to what my uncle has!

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Yes! The Chevelle was awesome. Here's a 67 similar to what my uncle has!
That one is nice, too. With the big 396/360 hp. engine, they could really move.
Even the 327s did okay.
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Old 09-27-2005, 07:59 PM   #19
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Let's go back even further!

Heres a 1929 Chevrolet convertible, complete with a rumble seat!

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A 1939 model!



"The Army always leaves things behind at the end of a war. There's a tribe on Guadalcanal that made a god out of a '39 Chevy!" -- Captain Benjamin Franklin "Hawkeye" Pierce
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Old 10-08-2005, 09:26 PM   #22
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The 1976 Chevrolet Chevette!



Promoted as "a new kind of American car," it was indeed the first American subcompact that didn't require you to sit lower than the driveshaft! Though made and sold in America, the Chevette was actually a relative of the German Opel Kadett. The Chevette was adapted quickly for the American market in the wake of the first gas crisis of the 1970's. It was crude and basic, but it does have its adherents.
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Another pic of the '76 Chevette!

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Old 12-02-2005, 09:36 PM   #24
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The 1982 Chevrolet Cavalier!



Introduced in the spring of 1981, the '82 Cavalier was meant to compete with small cars from Toyota and Honda and retard and even reverse the Japanese share of the American market. But, with the Cavalier's higher price, anemic engine, and lousy fit and finish, it, er, didn't quite turn out like that!
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Now, here's a forgotten Chevy. From the Hank's Truck Pics website, the Bison.

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This would've been a great Corvair, if it had actually been built.



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Here's the Chevrolet people love to hate!



Introduced in 1971, the Chevrolet Vega was the Apple Pie Division's first subcompact, nominally replacing the Corvair. Everything about it was wrong. First of all, it was built using a shortened chasis from a bigger car - hence the huge driveshaft in the interior and the low seating. Secondly, it had such poor corrosion resistance, it rotted in the showrooms, something even Fiats didn't do. Thirdly, its aluminum engine had the capacity to, uh, melt.

Chevrolet has gone on to make other abysmal cars - the Monza, the Citation, the Cavalier with the 1.8-liter engine (which was avialable only in the Cavalier's first year of production because it was too anemc) - but they never again made a car as bad as the Vega. the couldn't even if they wanted to. The government wouldn't allow it!
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A 2005 Impala SS - one of the better Chevys of recent years!

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I love my Impala.
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